4 Methods to Identify Your Linux File System Type (Ext2 or Ext3 or Ext4)
Posted on: 04/18/2011 08:50 AM

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4 Methods to Identify Your Linux File System Type (Ext2 or Ext3 or Ext4)


Question: How do I identify my file system type? I like to upgrade my current file system to the latest ext4. Before that I would like to know what my current file system type is for various mount points I have on my UNIX system.

Answer: Use any one of the four methods mentioned below to identify your file system type.

First, do a df -h and identify the device name and the mount point where it is mounted on.



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